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SONOMA, Calif.- Upcoming at Palooza Park at Arnold Field:

Tuesday, July 2: On Tuesday, July 2, the Sonoma Stompers will hold Napa Night, presented by Sotheby’s International Realty. 

In attendance will be Jonathon Soh, broker for Sotheby’s International Realty, to present a donation to the Boys and Girls Club of Sonoma Valley. CEO Cary Darcy, Vice President of Administration Dawn Holman and Director of Resource Development Michael Irvine will be present to collect the generous donations. 

In the spirit of fun competition, Sonoma realtors will compete in a trivia contest against Napa realtors during the game! 

Thursday, July 4: The Stompers kick off the Fourth of July participating in Sonoma’s Fourth of July parade with Sonoma Fit. 

Then the festivities with continue with a 6:05 p.m. home game versus the Salina Stockade.  After the game, the park will remain open to the public for the fireworks show. The Stompers organization encourages attendees to bring blankets to lay out on the field for the evening celebrations. 

Saturday, July 6: The Sonoma Stompers are excited to celebrate diversity, inclusion, and equality on our fifth annual Pride Night

The Stompers’ dedication to these principles resides in a strong tradition, and the organization is proud to have signed Sean Conroy, the first openly gay professional baseball player in 2015. 

Face to Face, a nonprofit dedicated to the prevention of HIV in Sonoma County and the care of people living with HIV/AIDS, will join the Stompers in supporting the LGBTQ+ community. Attendees are encouraged to wear colors representative of LGBTQ+ pride.

Stuff the Bus! July 26th: Beginning Thursday, July 4, the Stompers organization will collect school supplies at Palooza Park at Arnold Field every Thursday home game for the remainder of July. All schools supplies will be donated to the Sonoma Valley Community Hospital. 

SVCHC Outreach & Event Coordinator Maricarmen Reyes says: “Sonoma Valley Community Health Center understands that there is a direct correlation between education and health.  Because of this, we have partnered with Sonoma Valley Unified School District and other thoughtful partner organizations to form the Sonoma Valley Back to School Health Fair Committee. Our goal is to support k-12 Sonoma Valley students for a healthy and prepared new school year. With our partners and our community's support, we hope to distribute 750 backpacks filled with age-appropriate school supplies during the Sonoma Valley Back to School Health Fair on Saturday, August 10th at Altimira Middle School from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.”

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